25 Things a BROTHER Should Never Apologize For

By Michael Vass | March 26, 2011

This Top 25 list was forwarded to us, and we thought it was something that needs to be seen. We look forward to your thoughts about it.

1. Never apologize for pursuing what makes you happy. Even if you need to quit your job, transfer schools, or move across country, always do what you really want. If you’re no good to yourself you can’t be good to others.

2. Never apologize for using proper English. Being articulate is the epitome of Blackness. (Study Dr. King, Malcom X, or Cornell West to see what I’m talking about.)

3. Never apologize for giving your best in a relationship that just didn’t work out. Contrary to popular belief there are some trifling women out here who wouldn’t know a good man if he held her door open for her, or offered her a seat on a crowded bus.

4. Never apologize for being successful and wanting to get out of the “hood”. Only haters want to keep you at their level.

5. Never apologize for speaking the truth. Only those afraid of change and self examination will curse you for it.

6. Never apologize for physical short comings. When you are the man God wants you to be, the physical means nothing.

7. Never apologize for being careful with your money. Just because you refuse to take that chick you just met on Yahoo to the most expensive restaurant in town doesn’t mean you’re cheap. Keep your financial house in order so that you can provide for yourself and that lady who is worth your time.

8. Never apologize for being a caring, nurturing Dad. We don’t have to be hard or rough all the time. Hug and kiss your children, especially your sons, so that they know how to express love to others.

9. Never apologize for treating yourself to something special. If you are being that good husband and father that God wants you to be and that your family needs you to be, then a Big Screen TV is not too much to ask for…..lol

10. Never apologize for leaving a bad relationship. Life is too short to be with someone who doesn’t love and respect you. Your feelings have worth too, brother.

11. Never apologize for backing out of the wedding or taking your time before popping the question. Too many people rush into marriage with their hearts instead of looking at the situation logically. Never allow yourself to be pressured.

12. Never apologize for setting high standards in a relationship. As men we need to look past the physical/superficial. Having a nice butt, big breast, a pretty face or long hair does not make a woman relationship or “wifey” material. Look to her heart and mind.

13. Never apologize for or be afraid to say, the word NO.

14. Never apologize for asking for what you want in bed. Contrary to popular belief, men are deeper than a blowjob or doggie style. Ask for what you want. Who knows, she may want the same thing.

15. Never apologize for not wearing expensive clothes, buying expensive jewelry or driving a fancy car. Your SELF worth is more important than your NET worth. Remember brothers, you are more than what’s in your wallet.

16. Never apologize for wanting to spend time with your boys. Women will come in and out of your life, but the bond of brotherhood should and must be maintained.

17. Never apologize for buying that extra game. Refer to #9.

18. Never apologize for dating outside your race. Just because you found Ms. Right across the color line doesn’t mean you’re weak and can’t deal with a “strong sista.” Seek eagerly, choose carefully and love deeply.

19. Never apologize for demanding respect. As you give it you deserve it. You are a King, Black man, act like one.

20. Never apologize for not knowing how to cook. Apologize for not wanting to learn. There is no such thing as “woman’s work” brothers. If you like to eat you should like to cook. Remember, some of the best chefs in the world are men.

21. Never apologize for wanting to date. If you are not in a committed relationship and chose to date more than one woman so be it. As long as you are honest at the beginning there should be no problem.

22. Never apologize for, or be ashamed of, asking for help. No man is an island and we all need assistance from time to time.

23. Never apologize for, or be afraid of, making decisions for your family. As the head of the family that is your role. Take advice and of course consult your wife. Remember she is your partner. But God is holding YOU responsible for what goes on in your house. After Adam and Eve ate the apple, God looked for Adam. Why? Because he was the head and ultimately responsible for what went on.

24. Never apologize for not making as much money as your woman. If you do what you love and set the proper example for your wife and children, money won’t be an issue. If it is, then you have the wrong woman.

25. Never apologize doing you. To thine own self be true Black man.

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